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"I'' be a candle-holder, and look on."
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 35-37
"dun's the mouse"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 38-39
"draw dun from the mire"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 38-41
"wit"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 44-47a
"lie"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 48-50
"Queen Mab"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 51-54
The Queen Mab Speech
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 51-93a
"whip", "lash"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 61-
"straight"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 68-72
"with sweetmeats tainted"
Discussion
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 74-
"a tithe-pig's tail"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 77-78
"a tithe-pig's tail"
Allusion
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 77-78
"dreams of cutting foreign throats, of breaches,...of healths"
Discussion
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 80-86
"this wind you talk of"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 102-
"We cannot be here and there too"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 5
Lines 13-
"Am I come near ye now"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 5
Lines 18-19
“ a snowy dove trooping with crows”
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 5
Lines 43-48
"a rhyme I learned..."
Discussion
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 5
Lines 141a-142a
"foe"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene Prologue
Lines 7-9
"turn back, dull earth, and find thy center out"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 1
Lines 1-2
"The ape is dead, and I must conjure him"
Discussion
Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 1
Lines 17-
"quivering thigh and the demesnes what there adjacent lie"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 1
Lines 18-22
"It is the east, and Juliet is the sun"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 2
Lines 2-6
Diana, goddess of chastity and virgins
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 2
Lines 4-10

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